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Re: Wendell H. Pulver b.1793 Schoharie, NY
Posted by: Pamela Brett Date: June 13, 2001 at 20:47:23
In Reply to: Re: Wendell H. Pulver b.1793 Schoharie, NY by Michelle Pulver Ballard of 419

The Pulvers came to America to New York in 1710; they were considered Palatines who fled Germany because of economic and religious problems to the Netherlands and were taken under the protection of England and brought to America to be colonists. There are many books written on these immigrants. The first Pulver immigrant was Johan Wilhelm or Wendell Pulver . See The Palatine Families of New York A Study of the German Immigrants who arrived in Colonial New York in 1710 written by Henry Z Jones. We are descended from Wendell Pulver's son Michael and grandson Johan Wendell and greatgrandson Heinrich who was father of Wendell Harrison Pulver. They lived in Dutchess and Columbia Counties, New York.

I can send you some family group sheets if you send me your e-mail address.

Pam


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